While our technology and devices can be wonderful tools to help us connect with a world of knowledge and each other, we need to be aware of the ways technology might be keeping our kids from exploring nature and the outside world.
A major move by global tech giant Microsoft Corp to power its Asian operations with solar-generated electricity marked a watershed moment for the worldwide uptake of renewable energy, with solar currently the clear leader in the field.
University researchers at opposite ends of the globe are in a race to perfect innovative applications to improve the output of photovoltaic cells, offering the potential to revolutionise the uptake of solar power generation.
While plumbing fixtures and water transportation methods may not spring to mind when thinking about major historic achievements, that doesn’t mean the field is without its interesting quirks and landmarks.
This app will track your children’s whereabouts, monitor who they are talking to, what they are talking about, protect them from undesired websites and applications and so much more.
Young German engineers on the road to solar enlightenment.
Somewhere in the past decade, the race toward creating artificial computer intelligence has made incredible strides toward making AI a reality. But what does that mean for humanity and how we might live our lives together with super-intelligent AI systems? Some scientists believe we should find the answer before it finds us.
The recent 30th Anniversary World Solar Challenge held in Outback Australia proved a 3,022km journey of enlightenment for German Team Sonnenwagen.
There are many reasons why people choose to play at online casinos rather than at a more traditional land-based venue. One advantage that you may not have considered is the benefit to the environment. By playing online you may be doing more good than you actually realize.
The inventor of the first motorcycle didn’t survive his invention. Sylvester Howard Roper created a steam driven two-wheeled contraption in 1867. It was called a “moto-cycle,” which was basically a bicycle, with the pedals on the front wheels – and a coal-powered steam engine on the back. This invention started us down the road to today’s modern cycle. Back then it could go about 30 mph.